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Peugeot 208

Peugeot 208 (France, 2012-present)

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The 208 supermini was launched in the spring of 2012. It will be available in 3 and 5-door hatchback body styles.

The 208 has been re-generated with improvements in agility and efficiency. The 208 is on average 110kg lighter than the 207, but the difference in some cases rises to -173kg. The new model is very compact (-7cm in length, -1cm in height) and aerodynamic (Cd of 0.29, CdA of 0.61).

In terms of style, the 208 embodies the new aesthetic codes of the Marque but also refines them. ‘Floating’ grille, light signature, ‘boomerang’ rear lamps have been integrated in the car’s architecture, but both body styles received an entirely different treatment.

The new 208 features an average CO2 emissions of 34g/km. This value is lower than the 207207Peugeot 207France, 2006 > present191 versions
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and puts the new model as the leader in its segment. The e-HDi micro-hybrid system that will be used on almost every versions and the latest generation engine technology also contribute to improvements in terms of weight reduction and aerodynamics.

In terms of engines, the supermini will introduce a new range of 3-cylinder petrol engines, a 1.0- and a 1.2-litre VTi. These engines are particularly efficient, with a range starting at 99g/km of CO2.



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